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an airliner is engulfed in flames after landing with an engine warning. the brexit vote lights up $2 trillion in stockings as the presidential candidates jockey with the upper hands. zblee protesters and white supremacists. plus, dozens killed. more rain on the way. pope francis said people deserve a apology but that's not all as we kick off a busy week. "early today" begins right now. good morning to you, happy monday,
today, i'm betty nguyen. frightening moments, an singapore air flight. flames engulfed the aircraft's right wing after one of the engines caught fire. the plane carrying 222 passengers and 19 crew from milan turned back two hours into the flight due to an early morning message. passengers were kept on the plane while emergency crews doused in with water and foam. fortunately, there were no injuries, the cause, though, is still being investigated. ten people are in clashes with a white supremacist group outside of the capitol that led to clashes. mike leery from our affiliate in california has details. >> reporter: a raucous rally at the state capital, turned bloody as more than 100 protesters here started throwing projectil
and shouted vulgarities at the group that had a permit to be here. two men and several people were hospitalized with stab wounds. we found this knife left behind the capitol steps. a group committed to fighting discrimination against whites, please call it a white supremacist group. also arrested this protester who came here from the bay area. >> we shut down the nazis. they attacked us but they were not successful in doing that unbalance overall. >> reporter: the protesters were part of an anti-fascist group many of them wearing bandanas. making it clear they wanted nothing to document their destruction at the capitol. >> no gunshots were reportedly firednd
were made. at least 25 people have died and more reported missing following massive flooding in west virginia. seven people were killed in greenbriar county alone. 500 homes were damaged. and more than 9,000 homes and businesses are still without power across the state. many roads have been destroyed and damaged in a town of cl clindaman. a state of emergency has been declared in over 40 counties. president obama has signed an emergency declaration. more rain is in the forecast. meanwhile, central california is dealing with the massive earth scene wildfire. two people are dead. authorities say that number could rise as firefighters
hand. more than 2,000 fire personnel are battling this blaze. at least 250 homes and businesses have been destroyed. officials say the fire is 40% contained. that's good news. they hope to have it completely contained by thursday. well, donald trump is dropping, as hillary clintclinh ri rises. our latest nbc news/"wall street journal" poll showing trump faring a bit better, 46% of registered voters backing clinton, versus 41% supporting trump. clint will be spend the day in ohio campaigning along rumored massachusetts senator elizabeth warren for the first time. they're expected to go after trump on everything from his business record to his temperament. this weekend saw a dramatic shift in tone talking to trump. trump told
wouldn't characterize it on mass deportations saying, quote, president obama has mass deported vast numbers of people and it's never been reported. when pressed on whether he would issue mass deportation, trump answered, no, i would not call it mass deportation. and on his proposed muslim ban, he said, i want terrorists out. i want people that have bad thoughts out. i would limit specific terrorist countries and we know who those countries are. george will has announced he has dropped the gop. he said trump pushed him over the edge leading him to change his party registration to unaffiliated. he told the crowd, this is not my party. hang paulson treasury secretary under g
hillary clinton on friday. paulson said republicans should put the country before the party. even mitch mcconnell isn't fully on trump's side. meanwhile, hillary clinton took issue with trump for hailing the unprecedented brexit vote. >> bombastic comments in turbulent times can actually cause more turbulence. and to put the interests of the american people ahead of their personal business interests. no one should be confused about america's commitment to europe. not an auto crat in the kremlin. >> trump projected friday that the market volatility caused by the brexi
business thrive. here's what trump told reporters on. friday. >> what i like is, i love to see people take their country back. when the pound goes down, more people are coming to timber, frankly. and the pound has gone down. >> and last night, john oliver had his chance to sink into that historic vote. >> at least one person who voted to leave seems to have buyer's remorse. >> even though i voted to leave, this morning, i've had to vote again it would be to stay. >> well, actually, it turns out incredibly there is going to be another vote coming up. and it's happening one week from the -- [ bleep ] that wasn't a proxy vote,
>> today, secretary of state john kerry will be become the first senior official to visit london since the referendum. this year's celebration meant something more, memory of the orlando massacre loomed large across the nation. in new york, victims of the pulse nightclub shooting were remembered with a moment of silence and 49 flags while marchers honored them with signs. pride pretailed with a number of marriage proposals notably officers from new york popped the question. pope francis is making ways with another unscripted response speaking with reporters while flying home from armenia. the pontiff said that christians answer the roman catholic church should apologize to gay people for the way they've treated them. and the church should ask forgiveness for the way they've treated women and for
blind eye to children. the pope said the question is, if a person has goodwill who are we to judge. check out this picture near canyon, texas. that looked like a boulevard. it's micro busts of wind and rain up to 60 miles an hour. and check out this lightning and the supercell moving over north platte. >> that's beautiful. >> but in today's day and age, it wasn't even that well-known, all of a sudden, it got worse and worse through the weekend. as far as the numbers as they add it up, it is now the 12th deadliest u.s. flash flood they have in our history with 25 fatalities. you notice most from a long time ago.
second deadliest in just about 26 years. there are some areas of rain in pennsylvania and ohio, too. it will start showers and storms because it's so super saturated from the heavy rains it won't take much. that's why we have a flash flood in areas that were devastated throughout the rest of today. if you get a trained thunderstorm that sitting over one area, that could be a problem. the rest of the forecast will bring showers and thunderstorms to the southeast. beautiful, coolest type weather to the northern plains and very hot out west where the fires are still a huge problem. that's your national weather. now here's a closer look at your day today. well, some beautiful weather in areas of new england from maine all the way down to coastal areas of delaware. you see where the showers and storms will be. along that cold front, sparks in tennessee and also back throu
even close to what we dealt with in west virginia last week are so astronomically small, but we'll watch it anyways. well, a second shark attack at the very same summer spot. we'll tell you where. plus a roller coaster derails injuring ten riders. we'll have those details as "early today" rolls on for monday. but entresto is a medicine that helps make more tomorrows possible. ♪ tomorrow, tomorrow... ♪ i love ya, tomorrow in the largest heart failure study ever. entresto helped more people stay alive and out of the hospital than a leading heart failure medicine. women who are pregnant must not take entresto. it can cause harm or death to an unborn baby. don't take entresto with an ace inhibitor or aliskiren. if you've had angioedema while taking an ace or arb medicine, don't take entresto. the most serious side effects are angioedema,
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decision on a texas abortion law. the justices will address whether women facing abortions face undue burdens. under the law, the hospitals must meet requirements and stay with us. >> i roller coaster detached from the rails plummeting nearly 20 feet to the ground. eight children and two adults were taken to the hospital. the park is currently closed as police investigate. fireworks and a 9,000 container crater inaugurated the newly expanded panama canal on sad. the $5 billion project wrapped up two years late. officials are betting on a bright future despite a slowdown in global shipping due to low oil prices. well, markets around the globe, they are mixed following friday's massive selloff on the
euro down 1%. stock futures in the urs are also lower. on friday, global markets lost over $2 trillion, the worst daily decline on record. disney "finding dory" in the buying theaters taking over $73 million in just ten days the animated sequel has earned $280 million in the u.s. and $400 million worldwide. debuting in second place, "independence day" taking in under $2 million. >> i stunner at the olympics. a daughter's emotional tribute to the greatest of all time at the b.e.t. awards. tomorrow is not a given. but entresto is a medicine that helps make more tomorrows possible. ♪ tomorrow, tomorrow... ♪ i love ya, tomorrow
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this morning on "today," what you need to know about the massive financial fallout following the uk's vote to leave the european union and how it can affect your 401(k). a stunner at the olympic qualifiers, ryan lochte failed to qualify for real in the 400 meter medley. lochte pulled a groin muscle. chase taylor teammates at georgia both punched their rio tickets
two. simone biles won her fourth national titleade of ali raisman. abby douglas finished fourth. chile beat argentina to win their second copa america title. it came down to penalty kicks. cheering the visibilictory or t chilean. lionel messi missed on his try. after the match, the 29-year-old messi said he's retiring from the argentinian national team. look at it, they got into it right on the track. the fight included punches and moves more suited for a wrestling ring, come on, guys. a visibly emotional laila ali paid tribute to her father at the
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to $100,000. and john oliver took on the big brexit news last night. >> the fallout in britain has been swift and significant. the brits' indecision has been off to a bit of a rough start. the pound is weak and the country is in the market for a new prime minister. that's right, david cameron announced he will be stepping down in the wake of a vote which should make me happy. but in this situation, it doesn't. it's like catching an ice cream cone out of the air because a child was hit by a car. [ laughter ] >> i mean, i'll eat it. i'll eat it. but it's tainted somehow. >> that's such a wrong analogy. all right. i'm betty nguyen and this is "early today." ♪ the sun'll come out tomorrow... ♪ for people with heart failure, tomorrow is not a given.
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. now at 4:26. we're standing by as the nation's highest court prepares to hand down a decision on the bob mcdonnell corruption case. we just received some video from upper marlboro. this is an early morning house fire. and the fall out from the brexit vote continues and we're seeing some losses already. good morning, everybody. i'm aaron gilchrist. >> and i'm eun yang. we want to check our forecast as well. to me, this weekend was spectacular. warm but not humid. >> warm. >> yes. >> hot. >> no, warm.
tom kierein has our weather. >> depends where you were. out in the sun it got pretty hot yesterday. a dry heat. today the big difference is the humidity will be returning. already probably going to notice that. you'll be heading out to walk the dog this morning or getting to the metro or walking perhaps to your bus stop. right w, storm team 4 radar, all clear. don't have any showers or storms from the atlantic beaches, around the bay, across maryland, virginia, into west virginia. however, that will likely be changing by late this afternoon with storms popping up. temperatures right now are comfortable. we're in the 60s from the mountains all the way to the bay. reagan national is at 69 degrees. we've a bad accident on 295. what's going on with that? >> it sounds like it's the end of the accident police activity. 295 is closed in both directions, south of the 11th street bridge and the suitland parkway. they are hoping to get things reopened by 5:00 or
this is an investigation ongoing. until they can wrap up, they keep lanes blocked. 15 and virginia, south of lucketts. that is causing stop and go traffic. hagserstown, all traveling lane of westbound 70 blocked and detoured. back to you. never during any time in my 38 years of public service have i ever done anything that would awuss the powers of my office. >> developments at the superiority -- supreme court could determine whether he gets a new trial. the mcdonnells were first
a jury convicted them in the fall. sentencing happened in january of 2015. the republican has appealed his conviction before but it was upheld last summer. the justices are also expected to announce their decision in a charged debate over abortion laws in texas. they will decide whether new requirements on abortion providers create a burden on women that rises to the level of unconstitutional. some argue parts of the law are too restrictive and force clinics across the state to close. angie goff here at the live disk. this side of upper marlboro. take a look at video. this is of a house on fire. you can see the flames quite extensive. we know a lot of damage to this house done. at this point we have not been able to confirm if anybody was inside the house, if anybody was hurt. we continue to make calls on this. this was out on harmon place, a pretty small street in upper
marlboro. what caused the fire, we're still looking for more information on that and we're staying in touch with officials. back to you. the man arrested for recent security scare at the white house faces a preliminary hearing today. court documents say jesse oliveri told a secret service officer that he came to d.c. to, quote, shoot people last month. an agent shot him as he approached the white house checkpoint holding a gun. he faces 20 years in prison if convicted. police are looking for this man. he's accused of stabbing a special police officer at the giant in southeast. the officer confronted the man who pulled out a knife and stabbed him and escaped. if you know who this is or have any information that can help locate him, call police. in the day ahead,